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costeno - Miami USA 

About Me:  Colombian Naval School, 1963, YMCA diver 1970´s, US Army, Phys. Dis., Retired., 1967, Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Ft. Jackson S.C. I competed in swimming and diving in my youth, locally and later international for Colombia, ´till an accident while in US Armed Force´s Services, that got me disable, of right arm. I went to MDCC in Miami and got my AA in Physical Education, I took a course as a Marine Tech at MDCC, river campus and for my bachelor studies at FIU, Park & Recreation Administration. I worked for the city, of Miami, Rec Dpt., now I am doing some skin diving and forming a skindiving club in Colombia and with the experience that I gained in tourism with Intasun and Iberojet in Miami, I am inviting you. The best time to do some skin or scuba is during the summer but you can do it all year round in the north area of Colombia. The rainy season it is better, ´cause three days after the rain, the water gets clear and the fish comes up to the surface or close to it. San Andres Island is the best diving area in the North, still there is another place in the Pacific Ocean with wales and hammerhead sharks for the tough guys
Gender
Male
Favorite Dive Gear
US Divers
Favorite Dive Locations
Florida and the Caribbean
Activities
I like to design web pages
Interests
skin diving
Favorite Music
all types of music
Favorite TV Shows
sports
Favorite Movies
no one in particular
Favorite Books
the old man and the sea
Favorite Quotes
It is better one day at sea than one day at work.

costeno's Dive Slate

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HI
Written by joymab on 4/16/2013
i would if i could, and it sounds like a lot of fun. getting my wife on a plane maybe the hard part....
Written by reddiver on 6/27/2010
Sounds fun but I´m not gonna be traveling that far for a while, I don´t wanna leave my 2 month old and bringing her on a dive is impossible. haha
Written by Jess on 4/20/2010
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Hi Jess, I would like the best for you and if it is not possible for you to come over ´cause of your daughter, you better wait ´till she can come and dive with you anywhere, I tell you it is the best dive you´ll have, with your family and friends, the place will go nowhere, have fun, see you, your friend costeno
Written by costeno on 4/26/2010
PARECE QUE TIENE UNA VIDA MUY INTERESANTE. TAL VEZ UN DIA VISITAMOS A SUD AMERICA Y NOS CONOCEMOS.DRAKE
Written by DrakeMoreno on 4/9/2010
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Hola Drake, Todos tenemos una vida interesante, si la hacemos y depende de que crea uno que es interesante, la suya es interesante tambien, solo con el ojo conque se mire es muy o poco interesante, para mi es interesante que todos Uds vengan a conocer un poco de historia y algo de buceo en el mar Caribe Colombiano, tambien es una manera de mantener no solo la libertad sino de cuidar el mundo ante tanta belleza que se puede perder si seguimos el camino de la indeferencia ante los sucesos que a diario acontece en diferentes partes del mundo y que se ve a diario en volcanes, huracanes, terremotos, inundaciones, muertes etc. Hay que aprovechar para ver lo bonito del oceano y su pasado y de paso conocernos ya que estamos en el mismo bote, saludos y no dejen de ver un poco de belleza al alcance de todos, hay cosas más baratas y se ve lo mismo, suerte y encantado de ser tu amigo.
Written by costeno on 4/16/2010
Thanks for the invite but right now finances are quite tight as I just got back to work full time after being laid off in November.
Written by Carlito on 4/7/2010
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Hi Carlito, no problem I hope everything will be in its place by the time you are capable of doing your thing, good luck, see you, bye
Written by costeno on 4/14/2010
happy easter and may God bless you. thanks for the offer and if I get there I will look you up
Written by treeguy on 4/5/2010
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God bless you too, I´ll be looking for a good dive with you and all the divers that will like to come over and share a good time
Written by costeno on 4/6/2010
Thanks ever so for the invite to dive....sounds really grand and perhaps later this year??? If I can dive with you???
Written by BarnGoddess on 4/4/2010
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You are welcome, I hope to dive in these waters and have good times together with those who come over
Written by costeno on 4/6/2010
thanks for the invite..but due to the economy i had to put all dive vactions on hold. hopefully everything will improve soon so i can get back to my dive travels. safe diving
Written by barnacleboy on 4/4/2010
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Lets wait ´till it gets better
Written by costeno on 4/6/2010
Thanks for the invite to your page. Just got back from Riviera Maya, Mexico diving. Will try and get some pictures posted on my page soon. Wow, sounds like it´s going to be busy in Columbia this summer. Thanks for the info!
Written by Jon on 4/4/2010
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Thank you, like you not to many people can come over this summer or any time during the year 2010
Written by costeno on 4/6/2010
Thanks for the invite Costeno, if I´m ever headed out your way I will definitely look you up.
Written by DiverFelix on 4/3/2010
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Thanks to you, just let me know at least a month before, better a couple of months, thank you
Written by costeno on 4/6/2010

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